Quiet, Please! was a radio fantasy and horror program created by Wyllis Cooper, also known for creating Lights Out. Ernest Chappell was the show's announcer and lead actor. Quiet, Please! debuted June 8, 1947 on the Mutual Broadcasting System, and its last episode was broadcast June 25, 1949, on the ABC. A total of 106 shows were broadcast, with only a very few of them repeats. Earning relatively little notice during its initial run, Quiet, Please! has since been praised as one of the finest... Topics: OTR, otr, quiet please Source: otree
A couple explores a mesa despite having been warned of a danger there. Their guide refuses to go. The couple presses on, ignoring warnings, and soon discover why they shouldn't have. Topics: Quiet Please, Horror, OTR
An archaeologist in Egypt meets an old buddy and learns that a beautiful and mysterious woman has been asking about him. Ancient remains of an Egyptian city are unearthed, and dark secrets that should have remained buried come to the surface. Topics: Quiet Please, Horror, Old Time Radio, OTR
Songs from the Central Southampton Vineyard, Volume 3. Originally recorded in 1998, mastered on CD and released on cassette tape. This FLAC version was taken from the CD master in 2008. Topics: Central Southampton Vineyard, Christian Rock, Quiet Please
A cab driver picks up a fare who wants to be taken to a cemetery, any cemetery, to die, but the driver puts him out before they arrive, but then the man dies. Months later, another fare wants to go to, any graveyard, to die. It happens again and again, and each still dies before reaching their destination. Topics: Quiet Please, Horror, Old Time Radio, OTR
A couple flying a private plane suddenly witness the mushroom clouds of doomsday. After seeing Washington D.C. destroyed, and losing contact with other cities, a hidden passenger reveals himself. Topics: Quiet Please, Drama, Old Time Radio, OTR
A man narrates the story of what happened to him last Halloween, where he was waiting in a prison cell about to be executed for murder. Because of what day it was, he found himself leaving his body, and encountering the spirits of the couple he was accused of killing. Topics: Quiet Please, Horror, Crime, Murder, Drama, Old Time Radio, OTR
First episode. A man whose friends come into town for a visit, take a trip up to the Mount Wilson observatory. Once there they spot a strange fenced in house, and are warned to stay away because there's, nothing there. Their curiosity causes them to ignore the warning, and after breaking into the house, they find, nothing. Topics: Quiet Please, Horror, Sci-fi, Old Time Radio, OTR
The writer on a horror film is frustrated with all the rewrites he's had to make, and eventually begins to dream about the monster in the story. Topics: Quiet Please, Horror, Drama, Old Time Radio, OTR
A man who loved his flowers very much, and who loved him back, and told him so, is giving a statement to the police who believe he killed her because she jealously hated his flowers. Topics: Quiet Please, Drama, Horror, Old Time Radio, OTR
An apathetic scientist, totally disinterested in the consequences of his research, becomes responsible for the deaths of his brother, much of the Earth, and the destruction of the moon, but doesn't care. Topics: Quiet Please, Drama, Sci-fi, Old Time Radio, OTR
A remastered episode of Quiet, Please. This time it's The Thing on the Fourbleboard which originally aired on August 9th, 1948. Topics: The Gaming Gang, OTR, Quiet Please, The Thing on the Fourbleboard
The Witching Hour 2013, episode 1, as broadcast by Tiger Radio, WQTR 106.1 FM at Hardin County High School in Savannah, TN. This episode aired on October 1st, 2013. It includes two classic radio plays, "Take Me Out to the Graveyard" from the November 8th 1947 airing of Quiet Please and "The Shadow People" from the September 5th 1952 airing of Hall of Fantasy. Hosted by Tiger Radio's Jay Burgess. Topics: tiger radio, jay burgess, witching hour, quiet please, hall of fantasy, shadow people, take me out...
Five radio thrillers, voted by Puget Sound FM listeners as the scariest of all time, presented in their entirety for Horror Fest 2015. The featured shows are:“Ghost Hunt,” Suspense“Three Skeleton Key,” Escape“The Thing On The Fourble Board,” Quiet Please“Sorry, Wrong Number,” Suspense“Murder Castle,” Lights OutMusic for this program includes:“Moonlight and Roses,” Lee Rosevere“Ghost Dance,” Kevin Macleod“The Firenze Incident,” Vitus Von... Topics: Old Time Radio, Horror, Vincent Price, Agnes Moorehead, Lights Out, Suspense, Quiet Please, Escape,...